Calling it a "twist" on the photo, PETA's costume instead comes with a plush leopard in pouncing position, along with a "bloody camouflage jacket," red hat with Donald Jr.'s name and a name tag reading "half-cocked." According to a press release, all profits will support "PETA's lifesaving work for wild animals."
"There's nothing more frightful than an entitled ghoul who gets his kicks from gunning down wild animals," PETA President Ingrid Newkirk said in a statement. "This Halloween, PETA will help people poke fun at someone who believes that the world and its wildlife are here for him to take."
When the hunting photos became public, Trump Jr. responded to them on Twitter by saying, "I can assure you it was not wasteful the villagers were so happy for the meat which they don't often get to eat. Very grateful."
The costume, which can be ordered online now, is on sale for $168.99. Fake gun not included.